Author: Vicky Date: 2023-09-04 Tags: dashboard

CasaOS v0.4.4-2 is now available!

We are excited to introduce CasaOS v0.4.4-2, which includes important changes and fixes based on the valuable feedback we've received from our community. We are incredibly grateful for the support of our community and warmly welcome your ongoing feedback. You can provide your feedback here: CasaOS Feedback

NOTE: This upgrade is only manual
Command line installation script: curl -fsSL | sudo bash
Command line update script: curl -fsSL | sudo bash

Here are the highlights of CasaOS v0.4.4-2:

  1. CasaOS Appstore: You can now manually set the Docker image version to "Latest" when importing a customized app that is already in the CasaOS Appstore. This means that when you update the app, it will still be the "latest" version you have set.
  2. OneDrive Integration: We've added support for OneDrive integration, allowing users to directly access and manage files on OneDrive within the CasaOS system.

CasaOS v0.4.4-2 Changelog:


  • CasaOS Appstore: Manually setting the Docker image version to "Latest" will ensure that when you update the app, it remains at the "latest" version you have set. (#1274)


  • CasaOS-UI: A Frosted Glass Effect has been added to the main interface card.
  • CasaOS-UI: The latest notifications on the main interface will now be displayed first.
  • CasaOS-Files: Support for binding OneDrive.
  • CasaOS-CLI: Added help content for configuring global variables in casaos-cli. (#1312)

CasaOS-UI: Resolved an issue where the CasaOS favicon icon was not displayed in the Safari browser. (#1056)
CasaOS-UI: Fixed the display issue of toolbars at the bottom of the mobile browser in Chinese. (#1286)
CasaOS-UI: Fixed the problem where the tutorial link could not be displayed when less than 20% of the system disk storage remained.
CasaOS-UI: Fixed an issue where clicking on an existing container did not respond.
CasaOS-UI: Fixed an issue where the network widget displayed incorrectly when there was no physical NIC in a virtual machine environment.
CasaOS-AppStore: Fixed an issue where the app store would not load due to an error in the definition of individual apps. (#1338)
CasaOS-AppStore: Fixed an issue where terminals could not be accessed in the application configuration. (#1316)
CasaOS-AppStore: Resolved an issue that caused all apps to crash when they didn't have a configuration. (#1343)

With this update, we aim to enhance the user-friendliness of CasaOS and continue to enrich application scenarios to provide a smarter and more convenient life experience. We sincerely thank you for your support and feedback. Our team is committed to continuously improving our products, so stay tuned for future releases.

Best regards,
The CasaOS Team

Author: May Date: 2023-07-25 Tags: CasaOS

Now, you can quickly complete the migration of the legacy apps!

1, If you have already upgraded to v0.4.4, you can follow the video tutorial to complete the migration legacy apps by manual.

2, In CasaOS v0.4.3 and below, you can upgrade to v0.4.4 using the following command., and rebuild the Docker Compose application. This allows you to retain the application's settings while making necessary modifications.
curl -fsSL | sudo bash


Author: Vicky Date: 2023-07-17 Tags: Contributors

We are pleased to announce the official release of CasaOS v0.4.4! This new version brings exciting updates, including a brand new application store and a more convenient format for developers to showcase their apps using Docker Compose. With native Docker support and enhanced customization features, developers are encouraged to actively participate in the CasaOS ecosystem. In just one month after release of v0.4.4 alpha, our developers have contributed a wealth of new applications, alongside an impressive third-party contributor store.

We interviewed a contributor to the third-party app store, Cp0204, who shared his experience and thoughts on CasaOS. Let us his journey in CasaOS v0.4.4 together.

Q:Personal Introduction and Contribution to the Third-Party Store

A:I'm Cp0204, a non-professional individual with a strong interest in knowledge. My third-party store, CasaOS-AppStore-Play, is a collection of not only well-known applications but also niche, fun, and interesting ones. Two of my personal favorites are ChatGPT-Next-Web, an excellent GPT application, and Alist, which allows you to manage your cloud storage in one place.

Q:Experience with CasaOS v0.4.4

A:What attracted me the most about CasaOS v0.4.4 is its support for Compose orchestration, which allows for a richer combination of Docker applications. During my experience with the new version, I encountered some user interface issues, which I promptly reported to the CasaOS team. The biggest challenge was compatibility issues with old applications, but with the help of the CasaOS team, I successfully overcame this hurdle.

Q:Motivation and Process of Creating a Third-Party Store

A:The primary reason for creating a third-party store was to facilitate my own application installation, especially for niche applications or those involving policy issues. By studying CasaOS's app store contribution documentation, examining examples of new store applications, and summarizing my own experiences, I successfully completed the store.

Q:Views and Suggestions on CasaOS Ecosystem

A:I believe that the success of CasaOS depends on whether people use it. Therefore, I suggest that the CasaOS team provide a feature to add store sources on the user interface, introduce an application installation file editing tool, and actively listen to user opinions, promptly handling bugs and Pull Requests. I also hope that the CasaOS team can promote and expand CasaOS's influence through various platforms to attract more contributions.

For developers interested in contributing to CasaOS, my advice is to read more documentation, understand more details, explore and analyze user needs, find valuable application directions, maintain contact and cooperation with the CasaOS community and other developers, share experiences and solve problems together, focus on the quality and user experience of applications, and regularly update and maintain applications.

Q:Contribute for Our Community

A:The release of CasaOS v0.4.4 not only provides more features but also offers more possibilities for third-party developers. We look forward to seeing more developers like Cp0204 contribute to the CasaOS ecosystem in the future, jointly creating OUR CasaOS!

How to Contribute to CasaOS Community?

  • Add Apps/appstore to CasaOS App store
  • Writing Documentation
  • Performing Alpha Testing
  • Helping with Translations

Author: May Date: 2023-07-14 Tags: dashboard, CasaOS

We are pleased to announce the official release of CasaOS v0.4.4! This new version brings exciting updates, including a brand new application store and a more convenient format for developers to showcase their apps using Docker Compose. With native Docker support and enhanced customization features, developers are encouraged to actively participate in the CasaOS ecosystem. In just one month after release of v0.4.4 alpha, our developers have contributed a wealth of new applications, alongside an impressive third-party contributor store.

Today, CasaOS v0.4.4 is officially available, offering CasaOS users a more comprehensive application store and additional user-friendly features. Here are the key highlights of this release:

  • Added support for third-party app sources and app search
  • Click on the time to switch between 12-hour and 24-hour formats
  • Click on the CPU temperature to switch between Fahrenheit and Celsius
  • Introduced tips for applications, allowing users to store passwords or access default passwords
  • Integration with Dropbox and Google Drive

We would like to express our special thanks to the community developers WisdomSky and Cp0204 for contributing the third-party stores. CasaOS v0.4.4 users can easily access the third-party store source by visiting and add it with just one click, enabling them to quickly access a wide range of diverse applications.

CasaOS is a community-driven open-source project, and every person involved is also a CasaOS user. We greatly appreciate the immense help and support from our community users in every update and version. On the occasion of the official release of version 0.4.4, we extend our sincere gratitude and respect to all contributors: @wisdomsky, @correctroad, @thomas-chauchefoin-sonarsource and @CP0204.

CasaOS v0.4.4 release includes the following added and fixed:
New Appstore

  • The application store has been fully upgraded with the addition of 30+ new applications, including support for composite applications.

    • New applications: Adminer, Alist, ChatbotUI, Cloudflared, Databag, EmulatorJS, Handbrake, MariaDB, Memos, MineOS, Mongo, MongoDB4, Overseerr, Petio, PostgreSQL, Resilio-sync, Snapdrop, Stash,ChatGPT-Next-Web.
  • You can add third-party app sources from one page ( the page link will be live ,align with 0.4.4 in this week), offering thousands of applications to choose from.
  • Migrated from Docker-cli to Docker-compose.
  • Added support for multiple languages.
  • Added author type filters to the app store. ( credits: @WisdomSky)
  • Supports assigning multiple applications to the same network.
  • Added management of global environment variables, allowing injection of arbitrary environment variables into all CasaOS applications, such as OPENAI_API_KEY (credits: @CorrectRoadH).
  • Added relevant subcommands for managing global environment variables (credits: @CorrectRoadH).
  • Synchronized application list to the local system, providing more stability.
  • Potential issues (if concerned, please hold off on upgrading):

    • Removed the settings, update, and clone functions for installed applications. Installed applications can not be updated or have their configurations changed, but their expected operation and data remain unaffected!
    • Removed the feature of randomly assigning ports when there is a port conflict in applications.
    • Removed the sorting function for applications in the application store.
    • Removed the application cloning function.


  • Changed the synchronization method between frontend and backend to, using communication throughout the application's lifecycle.
  • Added a prompt feature to applications, allowing users to save passwords or query default passwords in the tips section
  • Clicking on the time allows switching between 12-hour and 24-hour formats
  • Clicking on the CPU temperature allows toggling between Fahrenheit and Celsius
  • Added the functionality to download system logs.
  • Integration with Dropbox and Google Drive
  • Added the file editor performs syntax checking for the following file formats: JavaScript, CSS, HTML, JSON, YAML.

Security Advisories( Fixed)

  • CVE-2023-37265: Incorrect identification of the source IP address.
  • CVE-2023-37266: Weak JWT secret.
  • Fixed a security vulnerability (credits: @thomas-chauchefoin-sonarsource @CorrectRoadH).
    If you are still on an older CasaOS version, please do not expose your CasaOS to anyone you do not trust. See details by searching CVE IDs in


  • Optimized some styles and aesthetics.
  • Fixed sorting and other issues in the file list.
  • Fixed the issue of incorrect paths when downloading multiple files.
  • Fixed the forced JSON formatting behavior of the editor when saving files.
  • Faster speed for app update checks.
  • Adjusted fonts on the log, console, and other pages to match the native console.
  • Merged the "Exited Applications" panel into the application list.
  • Fixed the mounting issue when there are no partitions on the disk.

You can update by click or as follow ( if already v0.4.4alpha, please updated it by manual) :
Installation script :curl -fsSL | sudo bash
Update script :curl -fsSL | sudo bash

Try it and enjoy it!

CasaOS Team

Author: May Date: 2023-06-15 Tags: Contributors

WisdomSky: A Pioneering Contributor to CasaOS

WisdomSky is an enthusiastic web developer and a lover of both movies and music who has recently made a considerable contribution to the CasaOS community. His innovation - a third-party app store for CasaOS - infuses the platform with a new dynamism. Available on GitHub at WisdomSky's CasaOS-Appstore.It brings a fresh element to the CasaOS ecosystem.

In the CasaOS v0.4.4 Alpha release, the entire CasaOS AppStore and application management underwent significant redevelopment. The team implemented a novel CasaOS AppStore based on Git repositories and introduced native Docker feature support underpinned by an application format that leverages Docker Compose. These innovative features provide enhanced convenience for both developers and users alike, laying the groundwork for the development of WisdomSky's third-party app store.

About this 3rd party App store

WisdomSky's innovative mind recently gave birth to the LinuxServer Appstore, an extraordinary third-party appstore for CasaOS. Housing a rich collection of over 150 applications maintained by the community, this store ensures automatic updates are provided daily. With the likes of Plex, Radar, Transmission, and Tautulli gracing the platform, movie enthusiasts will find a haven in this store.

Building the App Store: Motivation and Challenges

CasaOS v0.4.4 Alpha presents users with impressive features and improvements compared to its predecessors, not least of which is the ability to create and add a third-party Appstore. According to WisdomSky, the platform is a joy to use, with minor challenges like limited access to the settings of previously installed apps, easily solved by reinstalling them without any data loss.

WisdomSky's inspiration to create the third-party appstore sprung from a desire to personalise the list of apps and eliminate the waiting time for their addition to the official appstore. After overcoming an installation error through the guidance of a CasaOS team developer, Tiger, WisdomSky managed to launch the third-party appstore within a day. His development process involved creating a tool to automatically generate a third-party CasaOS appstore based on an existing list, making it a breeze to add over 150 apps to the platform.

Envisioning the Future

This enables contributed new app store functions undoubtedly enhances the CasaOS ecosystem, its extensibility and customizability, serving as a significant factor in its popularity and growth. WisdomSky believes that this feature will attract more developers and, in turn, increase the range of apps available for CasaOS.

His love for CasaOS, fuelled by its aesthetic appeal and versatility, motivated him to contribute to the CasaOS community by launching the third-party AppStore. He saw an opportunity to enrich the Appstore, given the limited number of apps available initially.

A Call for Contributors

To those interested in developing CasaOS, WisdomSky's message is clear: "CasaOS is the future of dashboards for home servers. Let's help make CasaOS gain more popularity by contributing in any way we can." As such, we invite developers and tech enthusiasts alike to join us in making CasaOS a more versatile and user-friendly platform.

In his vision for the future, WisdomSky suggests that the CasaOS team should focus on creating the ability for third-party widgets. He said he already has a couple ideas of custom widgets to write and add into his CasaOS, and will make it true.

Join us on this exciting journey to shape the future of CasaOS. Every contribution, big or small, brings us closer to creating a more user-friendly and personalised platform for everyone. Together, let's make CasaOS even better!

How to Contribute to CasaOS Community?